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Part 1: Methods and Interpretations 1. Who Interprets? The Historian, the Architect, the Anthropologist, the Archaeologist, the Users? 2. What is Home? 3. Domestic Spaces as Perceptual, Commemorative, and Performative Part 2: Themes in Modern Domestic Architecture 4. Living Downtown: Nineteenth Century Urban Dwelling 5. Victorian Domesticity: Ideal and Reality 6. Rural Memories and Desires: The Farm, the Suburb, the Wilderness Retreat 7. Modernism, Technology and Utopian Hopes for Mass Housing 8. Mass Housing as Single-Family Dwelling: The Post-War American Suburb 9. Participatory Planning and Design: Initiatives in Self-Help Housing, Renovation, and Interior Decoration 10. Twentieth Century Apartment Dwelling, Ideals and Realities 11. Some Possible Futures 12. Where is Home?